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ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- July 19, 2006

In This Edition:

  • Debut for a new battery and solar cell
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  • Progress on a "bio-glue" for cornea surgery
  • Latest data on heavy metals in post-Katrina New Orleans
  • Back to the future malaria control spelled D-D-T
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  • Debut for a new battery and solar cell

Journal of the American Chemical Society
The discovery of a new electrolyte often sparks major advances in batteries, solar cells and other energy storage and conversion devices. An electrolyte is a substance, such as hydrosulphuric acid in a car battery, that contains free ions and conducts electricity. New electrolytes fostered everything from the venerable NiCd battery to the latest lithium-ion polymer batteries and dye sensitized solar cell (DSSC).

Scientists in China are reporting development of a new aluminum iodide (AlI3) battery. It uses aluminum and iodine as anode and cathode respectively, and the in situ formation of aluminum iodide as electrolyte. In a report scheduled for the July 19 issue of the Journal of the American Chemical Society, this new electrolyte also is used to m
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